Maharashtra anti-terrorism squad questions 2 people over photos of Modi's chopper

PTI

India, All India

Pictures of the prime minister's helicopter were found on a mobile phone of a person in Mumbai.

According to information, Modi had gone to Sakoli town in Maharashtra's Bhandara district in a helicopter from a helipad at the Nagpur airport premises last Sunday. (Photo: File | ANI)

Nagpur: The anti-terrorism squad of Maharashtra has questioned two people over the clicking of photographs of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's helicopter at the Nagpur airport premises, an official said.

Pictures of the prime minister's helicopter were found on a mobile phone of a person in Mumbai.

According to information, Modi had gone to Sakoli town in Maharashtra's Bhandara district in a helicopter from a helipad at the Nagpur airport premises last Sunday.

Modi was going to Sakoli to address a rally.

A senior police officer confirmed the incident and said an inquiry was going on.

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